If you recently been a victim in a automobile accident, you are covered by personal injury protection Â (PIP benefits)Â . However, mostÂ insurance providers wonâ€™t go out of their way to tell you aboutÂ the benefits that youâ€™re eligible for. You should also know that there is very limited time for you to go after these PIP no-fault benefits. An auto accident attorney can explain all time limits and help you negotiate with insurance companies.
If you or someone you know has been a victim of an auto accident, do not hesitate to get in touch with a New Haven auto accident attorney at Thomas, Garvey, & Garvey, PLLC.
No-fault benefits cover 85 percent of your wages for up to three years, medical bills related to your accident for life, and household costs. IfÂ you are not able to perform certain tasks as a result of your car accident, household costs or replacement costs allow you to spend $20 a day someone else to perform these tasks for you . For instance, you can pay somebody for transportation to and from doctor appointments.
To make certain you obtain your no-fault benefits, we carefully research the specificsÂ of the car accident. Such as, New Haven police reports, any indication that the other driver was preoccupied, impaired or violating Michigan laws. Let us do the legwork while you focus on recovery.
Our automobile accident lawyers are also experienced in any sort of accident involving government and public transit vehicles such as mail trucks and military vehicles. However, time is of the essence so it’s really important you take steps immediately to protect your rights.
A New Haven auto accident attorney can also handle 3rd party injury claims. For instance, if you are suffering injuries due to an accident and the other motorist was responsible, we work with claims against the at-fault driverâ€™s insurance company. These types of claims would be separate from your own no-fault insurance claim and the other driver needs to be at-fault. Remember first party claims against your own insurance company do not depend on who is at fault. You can receive your PIP benefits even if you are responsible for the accident.
Looking for a New Haven Auto Accident Attorney?
If you have any questions about the different types of auto accident claims, call Thomas, Garvey & McKenna, PLLC to schedule an appointment with a New Haven auto accident attorney.
We can accommodate any schedule with evening and weekendÂ appointments. Â Our no fee if no recovery policy allows you to pay nothing out of your pocket. You will not pay anything at all unless we obtain compensation for you.